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Photographer on small-ship cruise helps you focus on wildlife of Panama and Costa Rica

5 days ago   |   By Los Angeles Times

More than one-quarter of Costa Rica is protected parkland, full of rainforests, beaches, mangrove forests and coral reefs - ideal environments in which to burnish your photo skills. A new small-ship trip from OneOcean Expeditions will take advantage of the diverse locales for a nine-night voyage...
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AdventureSmith Explorations Pairs Small Ship Cruises in Galapagos with Forays into Cloud Forest, Amazon Jungle

AdventureSmith Explorations Pairs Small Ship Cruises in Galapagos with Forays into Cloud Forest, Amazon Jungle

5 days ago   |   By Adventure.Travel

Avid travelers with many worlds to see probably visit a far-flung region only once in a lifetime.
A case in point is The Galapagos. After a cruise around this mecca of wild creatures, people may dream of returning to imbibe more of Ecuador. Most won't.
LARGE MALE TORTOISE VIE FOR SPACE IN COVETED RAINY SEASON WALLOWS, CALDERA RIM, ALCEDO VOLCANO, ISABELA ISLAND, GALAPAGOS
“We encourage clients to add a few days before or after their Galapagos cruise to experience the tropical cloud forests of the Andes, the wildlife of the Amazon Basin and even Machu Picchu in nearby Peru. These are all in...
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Welcome to Georgia

Welcome to Georgia

Georgia – Tbilisi has been the capital city since the fifth century, the country of one of the most ancient histories and cultures in the world. Its special geographical... Read more ...

Los Angeles planning to hire consultant for tourism boost

Los Angeles planning to hire consultant for tourism boost

In an ambitious move Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has set a goal of welcoming 50 million tourists a year by 2020. The city is searching for a consultant who can help address... Read more ...

Croatian economy goes up following World Cup success

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Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay Welcomes Jason Rodgers as Hotel Manager

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World Bank approves sum of $60 million for funding Ghana's energy and...

World Bank approves sum of $60 million for funding Ghana's energy and tourism sectors

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Tourism supports around 21 million jobs in Africa

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STB & Alipay partner to boost up Chinese tourist spending

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Kenya is all set to create marine museum to perk up tourism

Kenya is all set to create marine museum to perk up tourism

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Visit York discloses the name of its new head

Visit York discloses the name of its new head

On August 6th, Paul Whiting will take over at the top of the tourism body.He will put back Sally Greenaway, who is leaving for pastures new after occupying the position since... Read more ...

New markets are keen on promoting dive tourism

New markets are keen on promoting dive tourism

The Department of Tourism or DOT is all prepared to draw new markets for dive tourism as it is geared up to organize number of business-to-business meetings between foreign and... Read more ...

Cool Travel and Tourism selects Sabre to grow in online space

Cool Travel and Tourism selects Sabre to grow in online space

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